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building a Mobile app

Hi,

I am a tech guy but not a programmer. I have been involved in building a mobile app for my company. what are some smart questions I can ask to my next meeting.

the company that will be building the mobile app will be in our next meeting.

thank you
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Peter HutchisonSenior Network Systems SpecialistCommented:
If building mobile apps, you need to discuss which mobile platforms to support:
Apple IOS, Android and Windows Phone.

Also, if you don't have any in house mobile programmers, I would consider outsourcing it.
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ItaliabellaAuthor Commented:
WE DID THAT, WE ARE at the customization step, what smart quesitons can i ask ?
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Peter HutchisonSenior Network Systems SpecialistCommented:
Right questions.
a) Keep it simple to use.
b) Give good, useful and up to date information with links to important areas
c) Provide some interaction for some things, although this depends on what your company provides.
e) work out a draft layout of what is would a user see on the mobile, so you can talk about whether what is needed or not needed, and what should go where.
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ItaliabellaAuthor Commented:
great points, anything else on top of your head I have the second day meeting tomorrow...
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ItaliabellaAuthor Commented:
thank you
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ItaliabellaAuthor Commented:
thank you
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